craft apprenticeship


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craft apprenticeship

n
(Crafts) a period of training for a skilled trade in industry, such as for a plumber or electrician
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It forms part of the Project Ireland 2040 scheme and aims to increase investment in higher and further education and training and to the modernisation of equipment available for craft apprenticeship provision.
Like a few of his old Oswestry school ("It was seen as a nursery for the Brush") classmates at the time, Doug started his craft apprenticeship at the old Brush training centre in Regent Street.
EGA is planning to recruit up to 50 Stem experts through career fairs this year with positions available for experienced hires, graduate trainees, and young people looking to join its craft apprenticeship programmes, added the report.
The programmes are Undergraduate Apprenticeship, Higher Supply Chain Logistics apprenticeship and Craft Apprenticeship. Also in attendance will be companies from the Airbus supply chain and the wider aerospace industry."
Elise, from Edinburgh, completed her craft apprenticeship at defence electronics company Selex ES in August last year.
The roles will be on the Craft Apprenticeship Programme or Engineering Higher Level Apprenticeship.
To reveal how manliness defined the world of male workers is illuminating, yes, but surely it does not carry first-order explanatory power in the history of craft apprenticeship, or the defeat of the Fall River mule spinners, or even the legislative battle over tenement house cigarmaking.
Youth employment - Provided 1,530 weeks of employment for 'New Entrant Trainees', in craft apprenticeship, technical apprenticeship and graduate roles ?
In the early 1920s, the Institute of Mechanical Engineers ruled that a honours degree in engineering was only worth three-fifths of a craft apprenticeship.
WRITING as one who benefited from a craft apprenticeship as a mechanical fitter and turner in the 50s, I was cheered by Nicola Juncar's article in your February 2 Chronicle, about the North East Apprenticeship Company.